Tuesday, December 21, 2021

Top Ten Tuesday: Books on My Winter 2021 To-Read List

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly linkup of book bloggers hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl! This week is a seasonal TBR, which feels kind of weird because these are likely to be the last books I finish before I have a baby, and that's if I manage to get through all of them! From what I understand, I'm in for an extended period of low reading numbers, but that's okay! The books will be there when I have time again. 


The Wilderness: This is a book about the 2016 Republican presidential primary...I'm not sure whether this will benefit or suffer from being read quite a while afterwards, but that was a fascinating time!

Winesburg, Ohio: This was actually a favorite of someone I dated in law school who constantly told me I should read it and like 12 years later I finally will!

Beyond The Pale: This is an exploration of albinism, which I admit I don't know much about but would like to know more.

Tender is the Night: I've been meaning to read non-Gatsby Fitzgerald for a while, so I was happy that my book club chose this for next month.

A Long Way Down: I've read enough of Hornby's fiction at this point to no longer have unqualified enthusiasm, but I'm always cautiously optimistic!

The High House: I do love a good post-apocalyptic story, and this one about a group of four trying to survive after climate disaster looks up my alley.

Feminist Theory, From Margin to Center: I've had this book on my shelf for forever, but after bell hooks's death, it feels even more right to be getting ready to read this one soon!

Northanger Abbey: This is the only Austen I haven't read yet!

Founding Mothers: We hear all the time about the dudes who helped found our country but I, for one, am read about the ladies.

The Inheritance of Loss: I have loved a lot of Indian literature I've read, and I've also loved a lot of Booker Prize winners, so I hope I love this book too!

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